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Evolve Medical Clinics to Open First Next Generation Primary and Urgent Care Facility
Date:7/28/2014

a mix of virtual and on-site care, Evolve differs from on-line virtual practices leaving patients no point of contact should they need local care and/or follow up.

Membership also comes with an app, accessible from your smart phone, that allows patients complete access to their entire medical record—anywhere and anytime. In addition to accessing basic information, patients will have access to provider notes, labs, x-rays and other information. Evolve feels that allowing patients full access to their provider’s notes increases patient safety, promotes involvement, provides education and allows each patient to share with their medical chart with others including specialists if they so desire. Another unique benefit Evolve offers its members is a guaranteed wait time of 30 minutes or less for all scheduled visits.

Unlike traditional concierge medicine where cost of membership can run from $1,500 to up to $10,000 per month, Evolve has developed an affordable solution that is just $35/month ($1.15/day) and only $25/visit. Children of members (ages 12-25 years old) qualify for a free membership with their parent’s membership. Evolve is also happy to see non-members for $105 per visit, which is comparable in pricing to retail clinics. Hope Pennestri, another one of the EMC’s providers states, “We would like patients to feel as though they are visiting a trusted friend when they come to us for care. We are a cohesive team and the quality of our practice reflects that.”

Evolve Medical Clinics provides the following medical care:

Primary care:
Evolve provides preventative and primary medical services to their patients though patients can use the facility just for immediate care if the prefer.

Urgent Care:
Evolve provides treatment for routine injuries and illness. They offer convenient times, skilled, friendly providers who are particularly knowledgeable and a setting that is more similar to a coffee house than an Emerge
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